Excellent fresh tasty salmon (not dry). My husband had the snapper and he said it was excellent also. Snap peas were a little overcooked for my liking. Boiled redskins were very good.
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The place has a movie theme. Our cocktails were $7.50 & $8. The Filet with Shrimp was $29.50. The Filet and Lobster Bites were $34.50. The House Merlot was $6. A Four Layer Mouse Cake was $6. All of our food was very good. Will...More
We went out for dinner after a day golfing in Myrtle. We appreciated both the excellent service and a varied menu. Food was tasty and reasonably priced. Recommend to families or couples for a moderately priced restaurant.
I read the reviews and decided to try it. Unfortunately prime rib is no longer our favorite. Favor was very good but we both ha a bad cut. Tough and grisly. We did receive A free deserts. I would try a steak next time but...More
We visited during our vacation in Myrtle Beach based on trip advisor reviews. As we entered we were surprised by the overall size, and impressed by the movie theme atmosphere. The greeting and service by Emily was outstanding. Our meal started with a large salad...More
Found what we were looking for in this Art Deco restaurant. Of the 3 places we had dinner this was the best. Had lobster with prime rib and lobster with filet. Steak was so tender and cooked to perfection. Lobster delicious. Ended meal with good...More
A 50's decor with great seafood. Lots of good choices. Served fresh and piping hot. Been several times.
Good location, great atmosphere, super offerings. All items are prepared and presented beautifully. Staff is friendly and helpful. This is a "don't miss" dinner spot.
The decor is dark with paintings of Golden Age movie stars, our booth had a young, beautiful Elizabeth Taylor. Service was very good, attentive but but over powering. The food was very good, I has pasta with scallops. The broiled grouper was also very good.